You've put your writing plan into place, you have a schedule, and now life throws you a curve ball - what do you do? I've been sharing some videos on Instagram about organizing your writing business. This blog post dives deeper into the subject.
As an author are you feeling overwhelmed by everything you need to get done? That's a given, right? I've been sharing some videos on Instagram about organizing your writing business. This blog post dives deeper into the subject.
Here are the details on how to make the book display rack I've been showing you on my Instagram account. I've designed this to hold 4 copies of my book The Wicked Wolves of Windsor and other Fairytales (which is a 5 x 8 inch book, at about 258 pages thick). The stand is part [...]
Here I'll share the process on the author side of working with Beta Readers.
The Beta draft of my novella, Never Date a Siren is now completed! I'm looking for readers who can review and give me feedback.
If you are an independently published author, especially if you are on your first book or are struggling to make sense of how to get off the ground, this type of networking can really help!
A Street Team is a group of volunteers dedicated to helping an author succeed. They serve as beta readers, like and comment on your social media, and buy and review your books.
We had a wonderful conversation about fairytales (one of my favorite subjects) and marketing your book (one of my frienemy subjects).
I have two different ways you can connect with me - as a reader or as a writer (or heck, do both).
Did you know you can find me on Amazon? It is an EASY way to keep abreast of what I'm doing and gives you an easy email notification.